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I am just looking for a good app to input scorecard data like score, # putts on a preloaded course scorecard.  I don't need the GPS function.  I use a GameGolf live and sometimes don't always tag my club or get the correct number of putts.  I can usually remember the round but would like some easy app to input the data.

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15 minutes ago, skywaterbanjo said:

I am just looking for a good app to input scorecard data like score, # putts on a preloaded course scorecard.  I don't need the GPS function.  I use a GameGolf live and sometimes don't always tag my club or get the correct number of putts.  I can usually remember the round but would like some easy app to input the data.

I just use the score card from the course to keep track of putts, 1st putt length, score, etc.   It's easy to update GG via the computer with the score card full of data.   I don't know of too many apps that don't include GPS.   I've used Golflogix and Golfshot before GG. 

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I think you can use any of the other apps (golfshot, 18birdies, hole19, etc.) but disable gps for the app. I’ve used golfshot for years before game golf came out, and I still track all of my rounds with it.  Sometimes I don’t use game golf, but all of my scores all are kept in golfshot. 

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17 hours ago, skywaterbanjo said:

I am just looking for a good app to input scorecard data like score, # putts on a preloaded course scorecard.  I don't need the GPS function.  I use a GameGolf live and sometimes don't always tag my club or get the correct number of putts.  I can usually remember the round but would like some easy app to input the data.

Foursum Golf has a basic app that I have used. It is free and it knows what course you are on. 

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On 3/23/2019 at 5:48 PM, Missouri Swede said:

I think you can use any of the other apps (golfshot, 18birdies, hole19, etc.) but disable gps for the app. I’ve used golfshot for years before game golf came out, and I still track all of my rounds with it.  Sometimes I don’t use game golf, but all of my scores all are kept in golfshot. 

I do the same. I like Golfshot better on the course and use it to edit gamegolf at home. 

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